Hindi learning project in all UP schools

Close on the heels of a fresh impetus for the Hello English programme to improve students’ proficiency in the language, the Samagra Shiksha, Thiruvananthapuram, is set to roll out Surili Hindi, a project for improving Hindi learning, in all upper primary schools in the district from January.

Part of a Statewide initiative, the programme recently saw Samagra trainers guide teachers of one school in each block resource centre to implement the programme. Preparation of teaching-learning material for all upper primary schools in the block for supporting the study of the Surili Hindi module was held on Saturday and Sunday under the leadership of work education specialists.

On January 4 and 5, Hindi teachers of all upper primary schools in a block will come together in one school for a two-day try-out of the learning material. As part of the try-out, Samagra Shiksha trainers will use the teaching-learning material developed to teach Hindi to Class 6 students. The Hindi teachers will understand how to use the learning material, observe the children’s response to it, and how they benefit from it.

On its basis, the teaching-learning material will be handed over the Hindi teachers of the schools in the block concerned so that they can implement it in their own schools. The module, in book form for Classes 6 and 7, and a CD with songs and videos will be handed over, B. Sreekumaran, District Project Officer, said.

The teachers will start using the teaching-learning material, module, and the CD to make learning of Hindi simpler for Class 6 students of their schools before January 20. They will be assisted by BRC trainers, if needed, to expand Surili Hindi to all schools by the month-end.

The Surili Hindi programme will be expanded to the high school level in the 2019-20 academic year.

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